We departed from Middle Prong Trail trailhead near Tremont and hiked to backcountry campsite 28. The hike up the mountain was cold but it was not snowing. We stayed overnight at campsite 28 and the temperature was approximately 5 degrees. It snowed all night and we hiked out through the snow and ice. This is a very scenic hike and the snow makes it look eve more incredible! #Backpacking
Overnight Backcountry Camping in the Smoky Mountains at Campsite 28
By IrixGuy|2020-01-23T19:10:58-06:00January 23rd, 2020|Categories: Backpacking|Tags: 2470GM, a7riv, backcountry camping, Backcountry Campsite 28, backpacking, backpacking in the snow, backpoacking videos, Campsite 28, cold weather backpacking, cold weather camping, G Master, Lynn Prong Camp Trail, Lynn Prong trail, Middle Prong Trail, overnight camping Smoky Mountains, popular Smoky Mountains backcountry campsites, Smoky Mountains Backcountry Campsite 28, Smoky Mountains snow, winter backpacking|Comments Off on Overnight Backcountry Camping in the Smoky Mountains at Campsite 28
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